One of the crime scenes

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

The Powell River
Persuader Sez!

If you only read one more thing this year get on over to Grant's blog at the Straight Goods and read Provincial Liberals across Canada are destroying lives, just to satisfy their arrogant and apparently unlimited GREED! Grant, who does more research in his spare time than all the CanWest drones in BC who mainly collect and cash a pay cheque for their complicity in the on going Crime Spree that is happening in BC, Ontario and New Brunswick. Those overfed fools actually enable the criminals and are satisfied with the crumbs that their bloated paycheques are compared to the booty being amassed by the real crooks. Actually it is being carried out elsewhere as well, but it is uncanny, the degree to which these three LIEberal governments are operating from the same shameful playbook.

Some choice excerpts:

Canadians across Canada better wake up fast,provincial Liberal governments are stealing assets from the public and selling them, not just in BC,not only in Ontario,add New Brunswick to the mix.

......Our rights have been slowly taken from us for decades but in the last 2 years the speed in which the thefts and government sell outs have occurred have made me very scared, I see a gathering storm of corporate totalitarianism grabbing everything, grabbing human rights,stealing futures, butchering pensions, eliminating social guarantees, at the pace of the transformation I believe within the next decade North America will be nothing but a glorified penal colony.

......we know whats happening here in BC, Gordon Campbell(Proven lawbreaker and compulsive liar)[and adulterer - koot] has lied his face off, "I won`t sell bc rail" is what the liar Gordon Campbell said on march 1st/ the Vancouver sun...." A BC Liberal government will not sell or privatize BC Hydro`s dams,transmission lines,water resources or other core assets"........Yet we know what happened, he sold BC Rail, he outsourced 1/3rd of BC Hydro`s operations to accenture, a Bermuda based company with ties to Enron.Next they established the BC Transmission corporation,carving out transmission operations from BC Hydro so private power producers could transmit electricity throughout the north American grid,they also banned BC Hydro from building or competing for new power projects and....The most insidious thing GordonCampbell has done is guarantee massive profits to IPPs for 30 years, guaranteed rates that will cost BC Hydro(the taxpayer) upwards of $3 billion dollars per year by 2015 which will ultimately bankrupt BC Hydro thus forcing it`s sale and leaving BCers hanging by the noose of the corporation.(read more here on the IPP sell out)

But don't take my word for it, go on over and read the whole thing, follow the links he provides and if you think he is making it up......tell me, that's what the comment thread is for. While you are there, check out some of his other posts, like today's epitaph for the case of the women who wanted to ski jump at the Fascist Owelympic Follies.

I'll be watching my visitor logs and will consider banning anyone who reads this and doesn't at least go give Grant's masterpiece a look see!


Blogger BC Mary said...

Bad, Bad, awful and bad though Gordo's sell-outs have been ...

it has puzzled me no end that there's no loud protest about the women ski-jumpers.

Have I missed something?

Why are these daring ladies being singled out as unfit to participate?

Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 7:22:00 PM PST  
Blogger kootcoot said...

"it has puzzled me no end that there's no loud protest about the women ski-jumpers."

I'm puzzled too, Mary. It isn't like ski jumping isn't exciting. Let's face it a lot of winter sports aren't exactly universal - in many countries swimming to cool off is a winter sport. How many people regularly go to watch that event where they cross-country ski and then target-shoot, especially in non-Owelympic years. I would only watch if the targets were say, Harper, Campbell and such!

I'd say for spectator appeal ski jumping is waaaaaaay superior. (I have heard that a woman has the longest jump this year, or at a particular venue - so maybe men are afraid of being shown up).

Of course maybe Canadians have totally given up any hope of having anything remotely like justice prevail at anytime. And most people could care less as long as they can get a new flat screen TeeVee or Stockwell Day Watercraft.

Some folks might like to think Grant's piece is hyperbolic, when I think about it, it is almost understated!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 8:09:00 PM PST  
Blogger Gary E said...

There's no doubt about Grants' superb research. I don't see how he does it?
As far as the women ski jumpers go, they are the ONLY sport in the winter owelympics that do not entertain women. So, I'm wondering just who has a shittyon for these women. There is no "spirit of sportmanship" when any group is barred from competing. Just part of the reason I will boycott the olympics this year. And that includes the two races that are close to me.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 10:50:00 AM PST  
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Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 12:02:00 AM PST  
Blogger Nebelum said...

Hey Koot, followed you from Laila Yuile's blog. You seem to be quite the keener on BC legislation, so I'm wondering if you could kindly point me towards the MLA vote turnout for the BC HST. I've looked through and I personally wasn't able to find anything (although obviously, it HAS to be documented for legal reasons).

Thanks in advance.

Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 9:15:00 PM PST  
Blogger kootcoot said...

I don't follow the votes in the Ledge that much, as they are little more than a kabuki dance. Legislation, or its equivalent, is often accomplished by means of order in council (at the cabinet table) and even with the dog and pony show of so-called debate and vote in the House it is basically whatever Gordo declares is law.

I think the vote on the HST was strictly on party lines with ALL BC Liars for and all NDP against. I don't know how Independent Vicki Huntington voted, but it is irrelevant as long as all government members adhere to the party line.

If you know the day of the vote, or number of the Bill the ayes and nays are recorded in Hansard. They certainly don't go out of their way to make Hansard easy to navigate, and the ceremonial quasi-legalistic language doesn't aid acdcessibility either. But if you use Hansard you become used to the conventions and it becomes easier.

I know neither the number, title nor the day the Ledge voted on the HST Bill - and the internet seems overly concerned with the voting in Ottawa and what Iggy is going to do.

Other than members' and private bills there were only 22 Bills, and unless the HST is included in something like the Supply Act or the Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act, the HST hasn't been introduced and/or passed yet in the House. Of course as I point out at the top of this comment, it is merely a formality with a strong majority - the government backbenchers being unlikely to vote against Gordo at all, much less in sufficient numbers to impede the legislation - if Gordo and the colon that walks like a man want it, we've got it!

Monday, February 1, 2010 at 1:11:00 PM PST  
Blogger Grant G said...

There has been no vote on the HST in Victoria yet!

The legislation has been stalled, all MLAs will have to vote on it this spring...Although,,Bill Vanderzalm was granted his HST initiative...April 3/2010...After that date Vanderzalm and company have 90 days to gather up 10% of the voters in all 85 ridings...Please all, sign the initiative,volunteer,...

Hundreds of volunteers are ready to recall point Grey riding and remove Campbell by force...I expect a quick resignation from Campbell after the budget and HST legislation...

Rich Coleman and Kevin Falcon will be duking it out for leadership,they`re both dead ducks.

Now only if Carole James would hurry up and disappear!

Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 9:17:00 AM PST  
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Friday, March 5, 2010 at 9:08:00 AM PST  
Blogger kootcoot said...

Anon who left the advice about PC Sattelite TeeVee, you may be onto a good thing - if you aren't just a spider/robot - but it really has nothing to do with the focus of the House of deleted you are!

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